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2015 Meetings and Programs (redirected from 2015 Business Meeting and Open Session)

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Cataloguing Commission 2015 Meetings and Programs

 

Agenda for Cataloguing Committee Business Meeting and Cataloguing reports/updates from around the world

 

Monday June 22 16.00–17.30    IAML Cataloguing Commission        Business Meeting and Cataloguing News from Around the World

Chair: Joseph Hafner (McGill University, Montréal) Room 504

1. Committee Business

  • Introductions
  • Structure and name of the groups we have: 
    • The Board has asked if we want a name change-- something more like: Cataloguing and Metadata Commission?
      • Discussion on this topic and process for decision and next steps 
    • Should we create a new Sub-Commission (group) related to Standards? (cataloguing standards like RDA and/or the ones below)
    • Next steps for Uni-MARC and ISBD work? - fold into new Standards work? still a need for these to be separate groups? Use liaisons on the Comission? Continue them as we did in the past? Either way-- next steps? 
      • Keeping up our standards and relations with other groups, like IFLA 
    • working on projects throughout the year 

 

2. Reports and topics from around the world 

North America

    • Canada
    • U.S. / MLA / JSC - Damian Iseminger and Tracey Snyder - MLA BCC Report
    • Library of Congress
    • NYPL 

 

Europe

    • EURIG report - Anders Cato is chairing the EURIG music group
    • Germany
    • France - Isabelle - report on "bibliographic transition" in France
    • Finnish RDA Proposal

 

 

3. Cataloguing themed session here at IAML:

 

     Tuesday, June 23 14.00 to 15.30 in the Willson Theater

Changes of music description in the digital age

Presented by the IAML Cataloguing Commission Chair: Joseph Hafner (McGill University, Montréal)

 

  • Kimmy Szeto (Assistant Professor . Metadata Librarian, Baruch College, City University of New York) Music Library Associationps involvement in the Bibliographic Framework Initiative: Examining medium of performance as BIBFRAME Data
  •  Tracey Snyder (Music Catalog and Instruction Librarian, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY), Kevin Kishimoto (Music Cataloger, University of Chicago) Reconsidering popular music in FRBR: Toward Linked Data discovery
  •  Sophie Rondeau (Technical Specialist, Cataloging and Acquisitions Syracuse University Libraries, Syracuse, NY), Jennifer Vaughn (Technical Specialist, Cataloging and Acquisitions Syracuse University Libraries, Syracuse, NY) Facilitating discovery of historic sound recordings: Rethinking subject access
  • Jenny Doctor (Director of the Belfer Audio Archive and Associate Professor, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY), Rachel Fox Von Swearingen (Librarian for Dance, Music, Musical Theater Research and Scholarship, Syracuse University Libraries, Syracuse, NY) Facilitating discovery of historic sound recordings: Classroom and research strategies

 

4. DOREMUS Project (see information at other meeting, too) - Begin dicussion  

 

5. Other topics

  • Something about BIBFRAME (here or at the other meeting below?)
  • Questions or updates from the group 
  • If there is time we can always take up something from the list below, too. 

 

Agenda for Cataloguing Committee Meeting on various topics of interest (Working Meeting)

 

Friday June 26 11.00–12.30    IAML Cataloguing Commission     Working Meeting for Cataloguing Issues

Chair: Joseph Hafner (McGill University, Montréal) Room 527

 

 

1. Committee Business (Continued from Monday)

  • Structure and name of the groups we have: 
    • The Board has asked if we want a name change-- something more like: Cataloguing and Metadata Commission?
      • Discussion on this topic and process for decision and next steps 
    • Should we create a new Sub-Commission (group) related to Standards? (cataloguing standards like RDA and/or the ones below)
    • Next steps for Uni-MARC and ISBD work? - fold into new Standards work? still a need for these to be separate groups? Use liaisons on the Comission? Continue them as we did in the past? Either way-- next steps? 
      • Keeping up our standards and relations with other groups, like IFLA 
    • working on projects throughout the year 

 

2. UniMARC

  • Review of the Permanent Unimarc Committeee, which Massimo is now a full member
  • The establishment of a 623 field for the bibliographic format - next steps at IFLA in Cape Town August 2015 - proposal
  • A review of authority fields 128 (form and key or mode) and 146 (medium of performance) 
  • Unimarc Authorities 223 
    • Massimo has mainly worked on example 2, dealing with the new fields 231, 241 and 242 of the FRBR version of the format, and using the 523 version (related access point) of the field.
    • This allows to use 5xx fields for names, and $4 relator code.
    • There are several versions of this example, seen from the perspective of the 223 and of that of the title or author/title of the work or expression, using both the text by Zeno and the music settings of Galuppi and Sacchini. 

 

3. ISBD

 

4. BIBFRAME

 

5. DOREMUS Project

 

We have been contacted by Françoise Leresche and Rodolphe Bailly on behalf of the DOREMUS project (http://www.agence-nationale-recherche.fr/?Projet=ANR-14-CE24-0020). This project, which associates Bnf, Philharmonie de Paris and Radio France, is funded by the National Research Agency in France. It has been designed to publish on the Linked Data Web (in RDF) a repository of musical works by converting their corpus of works and interpretations into a comprehensive model based on FRBRoo. Françoise Leresche (BnF) is steering the modeling work, Radio France is also data provider, and there are three research laboratories as technical partners.

 

DOREMUS is now trying to identify existing repositories to align them using semantic web technologies. In this context, our lists of musical forms and medium of performance, which are maintained by the former Subcommission on UNIMARC, have been identified.

 

They would like to discuss as soon as possible about a collaboration between IAML and the DOREMUS consortium to convert our lists in RDF and make them available on the Linked Data Web.

As this is already the intention of IFLA and of the Permanent Unimarc Committee to complete the publication of UNIMARC vocabularies in RDF already present in the Open Metadata Registry (http://metadataregistry.org/user/show/id/63.html), Massimo and I think that this proposal is a great opportunity for the work that has been done and that it is important to accept their offer, and to consider how this collaboration could be formalized, so to start the work as soon as possible. It is important to underline that some work will be necessary to allow the conversion of these lists in RDF - so their help is of the utmost importance - and that working meetings will be necessary in New York, in order to have clearer ideas of the best way to proceed.

 

Isabelle Gauchet Doris and Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi

6. Website and Wiki - how to share news and information 

 

Program for the regular sessions in 2015 from submissions to the Program Committee

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (4)

Joseph Hafner said

at 11:07 am on Dec 1, 2014

I'm sharing a message from Merguerite:

Hi Joseph,


Some thoughts for our meeting:

1) Assuming Bibframe is of interest to the IAML community, a talk about how Bibframe will work with ISBD, AACR2 and RDA bib records: how will it handle these different sets of rules? What changes need to be made to our legacy records?

Kimmy Szeto (Baruch College, CUNY) has given presentations on Bibframe and may be a possibility, although he may already be presenting at IAML. I don’t know who else could speak about Bibframe—maybe someone from LC?

2) Is there any catalog that uses RDA in the way it was intended? Maybe a demonstration …

3) At IAML in Vienna, Petra Wagenknecht (Berlin) said the German libraries were trying to develop a national authority file. Would a report be of interest?

Marguerite Iskenderian
Music Cataloger
Brooklyn College Library

Joseph Hafner said

at 11:09 am on Dec 1, 2014

For 1) I'm hopeful we will be able to announce something on this soon from the IAML Program Committee for a presentation on Bibframe. We could also discuss this at one of our other sessions, if there is interest.
2) I'm not sure if there is anything yet, but if so, it could be of interest.
3) If Petra Wagenknecht would like to report on that at our Business meeting where we report on issues from around the world, that sounds good to me.

Joseph Hafner said

at 12:44 pm on May 18, 2015

Are there any volunteers for reports from around the world? Please let me know, so I can add your name ASAP! Thanks, Joseph

Joseph Hafner said

at 8:00 am on Jun 11, 2015

If anyone would like to report on Cataloguing matters or put anything onto the agenda of one of our meetings, please let me know. Thanks! Joseph

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